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saturday, october 7th. i'm chris nguyen. here's meteorologist lisa argen, tracking live doppler 7 for us. >> hey, chris. right now it is clear, the winds are calm, and we're looking at another day with numbers above average but not as warm as it was. beach hazard statement, if you're thinking of heading to the coast, current wave heights five to seven feet. we have the risk of strong rip currents and sneaker waves. 54 in concord. low 40s in santa rosa. half moon bay is in the lower 40s as well with pacifica in the 50s. looking at the winds kicking up tomorrow. by about 11:00 in the morning, winds gusty in the upper elevations. that's why we have a wind advisory from 7:00 tomorrow night through the evening hours. high fire danger really all throughout the year, and certainly in october. but from a 11:00 tomorrow morning through tuesday. so looking at 40s and 50s this
morning. 70s and 80s around the bay. inland, we're down as much as about eight degrees to ten degrees today in san francisco. the sea breeze kicks in sooner, and we'll see near 70 at the coast. chris? >> lisa, thank you. this morning, families and friends of the bay area victims of the mass shooting in las vegas are trying to start the healing process. ♪ i once was lost there weren't many dry eyes last night as "amazing grace" was sung at a vigil in san jose in memory of michelle vo, one of 58 people killed when hundreds of bullets were fired at unsuspecting concertgoers six days ago. as the investigation continues, authorities still don't know what drove stephen paddock to do it. abc news reporter brian clark has our story. >> reporter: investigators are baffled.
>> we have run down more than a thousand leads in this investigation. while some of it has helped create a better profile into the madness of the suspect, we do not still have a clear motive or reason why. >> reporter: why 64-year-old stephen paddock would hole up on the 32 floor of the mandalay bay hotel, break the window, and fire down on to people below enjoying a country music start. even the note he left behind. >> 100% it was not a suicide note. it was a piece of paper with a number on it. >> reporter: offering up few clues. officers have found that paddock, a reclusive, high stakes gambler planned his attack meticulously, stockpiling guns, a dozen of them modified to fire like an all weapon, setting up cameras inside and outside his room. fbi agents and police still closely watching paddock's girlfriend marilou danley. officials say they're skeptical of danley's claims that she knew nothing of the killer's plans. in las vegas, every day since
the shooting, vigils, tributes, and memorials. >> this just shows everybody the severity of what happened here as you look down at this row of crosses. >> reporter: brian clark, abc news, new york. friends and could workers cheered floor police officer as he returned home from southern california after being shot in the head on sunday. ontario police officer michael garcia walked off a private plane under his own power yesterday. his fiance summer shielded him after he was shot. she also survived being hurt. gracia will now go to a rehabilitation facility. he's expected to make a full recovery. vice president mike pence will travel to las vegas today. in his weekly radio address, president trump will be in north carolina for a fundraiser to
talk about the massacre in nevada. the president visited las vegas on wednesday and met with first responders and survivors. in his address mr. trump spoke about how the goodness of the human spirit broke through in a matter of seconds after the shooting began. this week the president says our nation remembers the people whom we have lost. >> we can never fill the void of those who perished. but we pledge to honor them by living as they would have wished with lives full of purpose, with hearts full of love, and with hope for a better tomorrow. >> president trump added that americans defied death and hate red with love and courage. a look now at next week's "new yorker" cover. the artwork shows bullets, 58 total, each bearing the name of one of the 58 people killed in las vegas. you can learn more about each of the 58 victims on our website, abc7news.com. a family escaped injury last night after someone fired at their car on westbound 24 and
oakland west of 51st street. the chp tells us the incident happened at 7:40. that's when a vehicle described as a gray sedan pulled alongside and fired one shot, hitting the family's white dodge avenger. no one in the car was hurt. chp o investigate that shooting. the california highway patrol is also investigating reports of shots fired on the bay bridge. witnesses report a gray car fired several rounds at a black suv at around 7:00 last night. the chp is looking for the drivers of both vehicles. traffic was never impacted and there are no reported victims. the u.s. navy helped save a life at san francisco's pier 30 last night. sailors rescued a man from the bay near the "uss essex" just after 8:00 last night. san francisco firefighters also raced to the scene. paramedics took the man to the hospital. it appears he suffered non-life-threatening injuries. san francisco is hopping this weekend. you can see behind me the blue angels, part of fleet week
that's bringing hundreds of thousands of people to the city. abc 7 news reporter lonni rivera has more. >> reporter: the u.s. navy blue angels had all eyes focused on the skies over san francisco for friday's amazing air show. >> i always like the noise. >> reporter: really? >> a little on edge. but it's fun. >> reporter: the six planes glided through the air, performing cool moves, even sending a heartfelt message. all 45 minutes of acrobatic air shows did not disappoint. >> the precision of what they can do, the expertise, it's the pinnacle of what they do. >> how close it is, how loud it is, it makes you feel like you're right there in front of it. >> reporter: crowds gathered at pier 39 for keepsakes and photos of servicemen and women. >> what's important is you get to see the sailors and appreciate all the work they're doing for us. >> reporter: the velazquez family wanted their kids to appreciate seeing a huge military vessel and service members in uniform. >> i think it just symbolizes a unity and the importance of, you
know, what they're doing. >> reporter: on chestnut street, civilians got to pay it forward at a burger benefit for veterans. >> this is our buy a burger for a sailor fundraiser. all the funds we collect go to funding our crew barbecue this sunday in front of the "uss essex." >> reporter: you'll have another chance to tour this ship or watch the blue angels dazzle the sky. but be sure to plan your travels. traffic and long lines are expected. in san francisco, lonni rivera, abc 7 news. the hartley strictly bluegrass festival is taking place in golden gate park through tomorrow. ♪ it's expected to draw about a quarter of a million people. the stages are set up in three meadows, hellman hollow, lynnly and marks meadows. this year's musicians include cheap trick and emiemmy lou har.
alcohol is not sold but there's plenty of food. >> people ask me where do you get tickets? i say, you don't need tickets, just walk through the trees and you'll find the concert. >> because of the las vegas shooting, security is tighter at this event. organizers say safety of attendees is their top priority. an oakland woman is recovering this morning after what she calls a road rage crash. 24-year-old maddison holland has several broken bones and a spinal injury. she says it started when a man in a maroon truck cut her off in a tunnel. the driver chased her for seven miles on highway 24 until he forced her off the road. >> he was just like relentless. really scary. it was so scary. he just thought it was some joke, like it was so funny to be harassing someone. >> holland's car landed upside down on second street in lafayette. neighbors dragged her out.
chp officers are trying to find that driver. federal officials say i.c.e. agents will target undocumented immigrants at home and at work after governor brown signed a bill making california a sanctuary state. the law limits how much local and state law enforcement can cooperate with i.c.e. i.c.e. says it prefers to document undocumented immigrants being released from jail or prison. agents claim that undocumented immigrants will face a higher risk of being detained and deported once that new law takes effect in january. former secretary of state hillary clinton spent yesterday here in the bay area. her last stop was at stanford where she talked to students about digital technology and the ongoing effects of russia's election hack. abc 7 news reporter katie marzullo has the story. [ applause ] >> reporter: a standing ovation for hillary clinton as she took the stage in front of about 500 people at stanford.
the topic, digital technology. her focus, russian interference in the 2016 election. >> now, let's start with what happened, which does happen to be the title of my new book. a shameless plug. >> reporter: clinton told the audience russian agents flooded social media with ads and stories intended to whip up support for donald trump and suppress support for her. >> she's angry and she's really upset about what happened and she's really taking that out and trying to get that message out. >> i'm very empowered, just hearing her say we should take her loss to heart and that we should keep fighting just like she's doing today. >> reporter: students have the chance to submit questions for clinton. most asked how they can help make things better. >> you bring, you know, your concerns, i'll bring mine, and let's try to sort them out and have a commitment to figuring out what's true and what's not. >> reporter: clinton's day in the bay area started in san francisco. she autographed hundreds of copies of her new book at a bookstore downtown.
katie marzullo, abc 7 news. time now approaching 6:11 on our saturday morning. let's talk weather with lisa. >> 41 degrees at the coast this morning. >> really? >> yes, it is certainly dropping and chilly to ey out there. low 50s from livermore and 54 in concord. it is 42 in santa rosa. i know, it is shocking how cool it gets with the longer nights. but not as warm today. still plenty of 80s. i'll have your full accuweather seven-day forecast and a look at the fleet week forecast, next. also ahead, a peninsula high school football team comes together to help raise awareness. plus it's not your normal police call in the north bay. what residents were shocked to see in their neighborhood.
in washington, d.c., you're looking at a triumphant return to the baseball diamond. house majority whip steve scalise threw out the ceremonial first pitch to capitol police officer david bailey. both men were wounded and a gunman opened fire on house republicans practicing for a congressional baseball game in june. two rivals on the gridiron united to prevent teen suicide last night at a high school in san mateo.
the teams wore special socks which feature the logo of an organization called play for prevention. quarterback steve batari founded the nonprofit after his former girlfriend took her own life last spring. something you would never expected around here. a petaluma couple finds an alligator in their backyard. >> reporter: petaluma's animal control officer took the strangest of calls. > i wasn't going to tell him there's an alligator in the backyard. who would believe that? >> reporter: karen davis brown spotted this four-foot alligator thursday night. >> he was just sitting there with his mouth kind of open. and he looked real. but it was just too weird. >> he closed his mouth and backed up. i went right back in the house and said, call 911. >> reporter: quite a few cops showed up, all wondering if we were crazy people. >> reporter: officer mark scott caught the gator with his net. >> this was my first. five years, my first one.
>> reporter: after entangling its mouth, scott duct taped his mouth shut. >> i thought it would be slower. but they're pretty fast. >> reporter: and perhaps hungry. the browns have a koi pond in their backyard. you can see they have about a half dozen fish. and no joke, a concrete alligator has been in there as well for about 15 years. the animal shelter named it darth gator. a woman with reptile rescue came forward. >> you have to get a permit from fish and game. she has one. >> we lived in florida for a year. never had an alligator in the backyard. but petaluma, we have an alligator in our backyard. >> reporter: in california's gator country. katie utehs, abc 7 news. good news now for grab lovers. it appears the
season has started. in 2015, state officials halted the season due to harmful algae blooms along the coast. that algae caused the crab to contain high levels of domoic acid which made it dangerous to eat. a celebration of all things italian, and fleet week. if you're looking for something fun to do this weekend, we've got you covered. alexis smith from "abc 7 mornings" has ideas from our partners hoodline. >> reporter: fleet week is here. as we honor the contributions of the men and women of the united states armed forces, you can set sail on a living museum. the national liberty ship memorial also known as the "ss jeremiah o'brien." the cruise will take you ought san francisco bay with gorgeous views to watch the navy's blue angels. tickets are on sale for both saturday and sunday and include hot dogs, hamburgers, and chowder. handcrafted beers will also be
available. boarding begins at 9:00 each morning at pier 45 and sailing goes from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or let your italian roots shine at the 149th annual san francisco italian heritage parade. the action starts sunday at 12:30 at jefferson and powell in fisherman's wharf, then continues on north beach in columbus. and ends in washington square park where you'll find the ferrari sports car display. all the parade events including hands-on activities for kids and families are free. for details on these events and more, go to our website, abc7news.com, we'll link you up with hoodline. good saturday morning to you. here is a live look at live doppler 7 where there's no fog. we have a pretty warm weather pattern set up once again today, cooler than yesterday. we had 83 in san francisco. i want to take you to the tropics, the gulf coast, where
hurricane nate will be impacting louisiana today and much of the central gulf. right now it is at 85 miles an hour as a category 1 continues to track quickly to the northwest at 22 miles an hour. so hurricane-force winds from about 40 miles from the center. it's going to push into new orleans, take a right hand turn and weaken as it goes up much of the mid-atlantic coast. now, as it pushes into the gulf coast today, we're expecting the storm surge of anywhere from four to six feet and rainfall will accumulate as well, three to six inches, perhaps ten inches in some spots. this is the forecast for today throughout 11:00 tonight. so you notice that it is not quite at the gulf yet but they're looking at some impacts already with the gusty winds, the rain, the storm surge, and then much of the mid-atlantic seaboard here. if you're catching a flight, you may want to be advised that there probably be some delays along the eastern seaboard. at home we're looking at the beginning of a beautiful day here. santa cruz, where temperatures will be warm to mild around much of the bay.
looking at 46 right now in gilroy, 41 in half moon bay. 52 in oakland. 54 in mountain view from the golden gate bridge. lots of sunshine if you're planning your day at the coast with numbers right around 70 degrees. that sea breeze will be with us. then tomorrow, even though it gets cooler, offshore winds kick up even further. 54 in concord, 52 in the high fire danger throughout the weekend, by 11:00 tomorrow in the upper elevations we're looking at north and east bay hills, santa cruz mountains with a red flag warning. mild to warm through monday. a cooler pattern as we get into later in the week. so in and around the golden gate park, you'll look for numbers in the upper 60s. today, a lot cooler than yesterday. it will be mild, numbers a little bit cooler, that sea breeze today. if you're heading into the city for fleet week, it will be very nice with numbers in the mid-70s.
72 on sunday. and overnight lows have been comfortable but probably needing the jacket early on. here is a look at santa rosa for the week ahead. 88 today, that's eight degrees above average. not much change tomorrow. into tomorrow, a few degrees cooler. then we'll get into lower 80s and 70s by the end of the week. highs today at the coast will be about 70 degrees around half moon bay, 79 san mateo, 83 in san mattel. livermore, 88. morgan hill, 87. download our accuweather app when you'll notice this weekend we'll have warm weather with high fire danger, red flag warning tomorrow. and notice the temperatures will be warmest today, upper 70s around the bay, upper 60s at the coast. just slightly cooler tomorrow. that's when the winds really kick up by sunday morning. it lasts through monday. and then by the middle of next week, it will be more comfortable, less wind. getting below average thursday into next friday. so big weekend around here. looks like the weather will cooperate, although of course
you've got to be very careful out there, so dry. >> good weather, but traffic is going to be pretty rough here in the city. lisa, thank you. ahead, a special sauce is back at macdonald's for one day only. how's it going down there? that's good. lica misses you. i'm over it though. (laughter) that's fine. i miss her more than you anyway. ♪ ♪ hey, my window is closing. yeah that's okay. alright miles. i love you. (phone hangs up) ♪ ♪ yeah i love you too. ♪ ♪
everyone. hurricane nate is now headed to the gulf coast. there are growing concerns over the failing drainage pumps in new orleans. will they withstand this storm? plus deciphering that cryptic message from president trump about the calm before the storm, as the administration takes aim at obamacare and trump's latest moves to dismantle it. finally, a family and the hero officer who saved them, they're meeting for the first time in an emotional reunion, coming up on gma this saturday. hope to see you soon. information about palo alto high school's weighted gpa values has appeared on a rogue website. as soon as district leaders learned of the data breach thursday morning, they worked with the web hosting provider to take down the website. officials confirmed that some of the information on the website was legitimate and it affects students in grades 10 through 12. the district is investigating the breach.
apple is investigating a potential battery problem with its latest iphone 8. there have been several reports this past week about the new phones splitting open. it appears the battery inside the phone expands, bending the front of the phone and pulling it apart. the company has issued a short statement saying "we are aware and looking into it." a comedy gag on an animated tv show is prompting mcdonald's to bring back its sichuan dipping sauce with chicken nuggets for one day only today at select locations. the move comes in response to renewed interest in the sauce after a character in the series, "rick and morty," tries to track it down. it will be available in berkeley, concord, san francisco and san jose. still to come on "abc 7 mornings," governor brown decides whe
>> announcer: good morning north bay. let's get up and get going. this is "abc 7 mornings." thanks so much for waking up with us, i'm chris nguyen. we're starting with meteorologist lisa argen, tracking the conditions where you live. hi, lisa. >> hi, chris, good morning to you. you can see the darkness behind me at mt. tam. it's clear, no fog to speak of. temperatures are cool. in fact we're looking at numbers in the 40s in locations along
the coast or inland valleys. 46 in gilroy with 52 in oakland, 59 san francisco. 54 in mountain view. the north wind at six miles per hour, low to mid-50s in our inland valleys. beach hazard statement through tonight with northwesterly and southwest swells bringing strong rip currents and sneaker waves. by tomorrow the winds are kicking up in a red flag warning from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 on tuesday. northeast winds gusting anywhere from 30 to 55 miles per hour. the winds will be kicking up as well, obviously, all around the north bay and east bay. so keep that in mind throughout the afternoon today, another warm one, cooler than yesterday. upper 80s inland, 70s at the coast. >> lisa, thank you. developing news out of virginia where two children have been injured in a ferris wheel accident. this is cellphone video from the scene. it shows a brief glimpse of a
child being worked on by paramedics, then being slid onto a stretcher. witnesses say a car on the ferris wheel tipped over, tossing the kids inside onto the ground. they add one of the kids opened up the car door while it was still moving, causing the car to catch onto a support and then turn over. developing news now in new orleans. the city is in the crosshairs of hurricane nate. heavy rain and a dangerous storm surge could affect the pumping system in the city. abc news reporter steve osonsami has the details. >> reporter: this is a state of emergency and they're race to go get ready for this storm. >> we're going to flood. that's why i'm here. otherwise i be still at the office right now. >> reporter: in new orleans, they're especially worried. a dozen of the city's drainage pumps aren't working.
they're out clearing drains. in parts of orleans, st. bernard and jefferson parishes, more than a thousand families are being forced to leave their homes. >> one of the threats to this storm is not necessarily interior rain but storm surge. >> reporter: billy ross has moved everything off the ground. >> you don't know what the surgery is going to do. if you don't pick it up, you lose it. this is like a gamble. >> reporter: three feet of storm surge and he's fine. six feet and he's losing everything. he's expecting five. >> you can only do so much. >> reporter: the storm has already killed at least 11 dead in nicaragua, eight in costa rica. dozens are missing in washed away homes. happening today, another plane load of disaster pets will be arriving, this time from louisiana. here are a few examples of the pets coming to town. the animal shelters in louisiana are bursting after taking in pets left behind in hurricanes harvey and irma. these pictures were taken by the petaluma animal shelter where 30 of the 80 dogs and cats will go.
the rest will go to no-kill shelters. vice president mike pence and his wife karen visited puerto rico and the u.s. virgin islands yesterday to assess the damage from hurricane maria. the vice president toured the area by helicopter and met with u.s. forces on the ground. later he visited a church in san juan, telling victims that the trump administration will be there every step of the way. >> as president trump said, we will get through this, and we will get through this together, for everyone in puerto rico. >> the trip comes just days after president trump visited the island and praised relief efforts, without mentioning the criticism that the federal response has drawn. the fcc has given google's parent company alphabet permission to send up balloons to provide emergency cellphone service to puerto rico. thousands of cellphone towers were knocked out in the hurricane. engineers hope to use its
project loon balloons to provide voice and data services to the island's residents. president trump delivered a foreboding message in a room full of military leaders. he said, quote, we are witnessing the calm before the storm. abc's senior white house correspondent cecilia vega was in the oval office and asked the president to explain. >> reporter: in the white house state dining room, this is the image president trump summoned reporters to see. the president smiling, surrounded by his top military leaders and their spouses. then came the unsolicited, cryptic comment. >> do you know what this represents? the calm before the storm. >> reporter: what's the storm? >> could be, the calm, the calm before the storm. >> reporter: what storm, mr. president? >> we have have the world's great military people in this room. i will tell you that. we're going to have a great evening. thank you all for coming. >> reporter: what storm, mr.
president? >> you'll find out. >> reporter: the oval office, we tried again. mr. president, what did you mean by calm before the storm yesterday? what did you mean by that? >> thank you very much. >> reporter: after a wink and a pause. >> you'll find out. >> reporter: the comment especially ominous as the united states is engaged in a war of words with north korea and the president is on the verge of decertifying the nuclear deal with iran. or maybe this was just trump being trump. >> we're never going to say in advance what the president is going to do. >> reporter: how seriously should the american public or american adversaries, for that matter, take these comments? is it a joke? is he serious? >> i think you can take the president protecting the american people always extremely serious. and if he feels action is necessary, he'll take it. >> reporter: cecilia vega, abc news, the white house. new details. governor brown is receiving criticism for vetoing a bill
that would have banned smoking on beaches and deserted parks. supporters of the bill said many forest fires are sparked by 6. some tech companies are taking job recruiting to a new level. they're inviting students as young as the age of 13 to consider careers in manufacturing. abc 7 news reporter david louie says a worker shortage is behind the initiative, called national manufacturing day. >> reporter: this is one of san jose's 1500 manufacturing companies. it opened its doors to students to show them how 3d printing and robotics are ushering in a new generation of factories, shifting manufacturing from overseas back to silicon valley. >> companies like amazon have set our expectations that we can
get things right away. and i think as we look at the future of manufacturing, producing where a customer is saves you time and saves you money and it affords really good, high paying jobs. >> reporter: but there's a shortage in workers, in part because of baby boomers reaching retirement age and insufficient replacements. the hope is that these students will see manufacturing as an attractive career. some jobs require a college degree while others don't. >> you have everything from the service technician who is learning a lot of the skills on the job all the way to a well-educated engineer who is helping iterate the next prototype or to design the manufacturing work flow. >> reporter: students received a cram course on manufacturing and recognize its importance. >> for engineering, there is like one major process that everyone uses but there's multiple ways to determine it. so multiple people see the same thing in different eyes. >> the process of manufacturing, that's what i thought was really cool. it's like a whole assembly line. it's a whole system. >> reporter: some of these students are still eight years away from graduating college.
but one teacher told me that two of her students are in a high school welding program and actually got hired here. in san jose, david louie, abc 7 news. still ahead on abc 7 mornings, a tale of two cities. tesla has big plans to expand and finds out that not everyone likes a bigfoot print. but first a live look outside.
a neighborhood near the oakland coliseum is about to undergo a major transformation. the city broke ground yesterday on coliseum connections, a mixed income development in the shadow of the coliseum b.a.r.t. station. the transit-friendly station was 17 years in the making. oakland mayor libby shaff believes it's a sign of good things to come. >> this is a phenomenal neighborhood. east oakland is revitalizing. what better place to live than right next to a b.a.r.t. station? >> roughly half the homes will be designated as affordable housing. the city expects it to be ready for occupancy by the end of next year. meteorologist lisa argen is here tracking our bay area forecast. >> that's right, sunrise about
30 minutes away. we're down to 41 degrees in santa rosa, 55 in hayward and mt. tam, beautiful shot. typical october weather. we'll get into a strong offshore flow tomorrow. today is cooler. tomorrow even cooler. i have a look at a very fall-like looking seven-day outlook, next. also ahead, kevin durant sends everyone home a winner.
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in sports, all three bay area college football teams are in action later today. san jose state takes on fresno state at cefcu stadium at 4:30. stanford is looking for the city against number 20 utah, kickoff there at 7:15 p.m. and cal will try to snap a two-game losing streak against number 6 washington. kickoff is at 7:45 p.m. watch the game on our sister network, espn. tomorrow the warriors will wrap up their week-long trip to china with another preseason game against the timberwolves in shanghai. yesterday kevin durant showed off some of his skills for fans. anthony formulores has all the details in this morning's sports report. >> good morning, everyone. the nba loves the field trip to the far east, in china helping to grow the game. they were loving kevin durant after he shows off his shooting touch.
did he call a bank? it doesn't matter. he cashes in. k.d. drains a half court short at a nike event. everyone in the crowd got a free t-shirt from nike because durant made the shot. raider nation is fired up after derek carr was spotted throwing passes at practice the past few days. carr is listed as questionable for sunday's game versus baltimore. keep in mind the typical recovery time for his type of back injury is two to six weeks. at the beginning of friday's press conference, head coach jack del rio shut down any questions about carr's health before they were asked. >> there are a lot of question marks on the injury report. and that's what they are. so not going to really talk about injuries and what we may or may not do and who we may or may not play or when and all that kind of stuff and how we're going to utilize people. i'm not going to get into all that. we do have a number of guys that are questionable. and, you know, we got time before we tee it up.
to baseball, and 13 proved to be a lucky number for cleveland. the tribe needed 13 innings to pull off an epic comeback for the yankees. it didn't look good for the tribe when aaron hicks crushes a three-run homer to put new york up by 3. they would take an 8-3 lead. bottom sixth, still basis full for francisco lendor with the grand slam off the pole to rock cleveland and bring the tribe within 1. cleveland ties it up. at the bottom of the 13th, off the third-base line, austin jackson scores, indians walk it off 9-8. they lead the series two games to none. they wrap it up sunday. second round of the safeway open in napa. hadley eagled the ninth to finish the front at 30. he would stay hot on the back. at 14, he rolls in the birdie. he had a string of four straight birdies.
but he needed a whole lot on 17 for a realistic chance at 59. and it just slides by. pars on 17 and 18 for a course record 61. he's still one shot back of the leader, brendan still, going into the weekend. >> sometimes you can just will, everything just seems to go your way. it did today, which was great. i had a shot at 59, didn't pull it off. but, you know, it's certainly nice to play well and put myself in contention going into the weekend. >> only eight players in pga tour history have ever shot lower than 60. jim furyk holds the record with 58. that's a look at your morning sports. have a great weekend, everyone. good saturday morning, everyone. just ponder this beautiful shot here from mt. tam. 20 minutes 'til sunrise. boy, was it warm yesterday. you thought it was too warm? we'll take care of that, just a couple of degrees cooler today.
fire danger will increase tomorrow. the reason why, not only the temperatures but the winds beginning to be a factor. first we want to talk about livermore, perhaps your hometown. today, 88 degrees. gets cooler tomorrow. looks like temperatures will go back up on monday. so if you want some fall weather, you probably have to wait at least four or five days until we get into those 70s. we're feeling it with overnight lows that are so cool with the clear sky. and numbers are barely at the low 40s at the coast. santa cruz right now is in the upper 40s. yesterday was 87 degrees, eight degrees cooler today. from live doppler 7, notice there's no fog. we will be looking at the clear sky. plenty of sunshine. numbers here will be very comfortable, in the mid-70s downto downtown. for fleet week yesterday you were at 88 degrees. half moon bay, 43 degrees. you dropped to 41 earlier. another look from the city, with
46 santa rosa, 48 napa. north wind. winds are calm out there. out of the direction where we get increasingly nervous, especially when the winds kick up, that will happen tomorrow morning through sunday and monday. 52 livermore and concord. red flag warning will take us through monday. at the airport it looks nice and calm. on the peninsula today, warm, not quite as warm as yesterday but near 80. mild to warm pattern throughout monday. warm again. so the cooling trend is going to take all week to get here. fire danger increases, and we're looking at the cooler weather really by about thursday. so as we take a look at the peninsula in particular today, it's going to be beautiful with upper 70s with sunny conditions. art and wine festival, san carlos, looking at very little change tomorrow. so it's coming down about five to seven degrees from yesterday. it was very warm in san francisco for fleet week today and tomorrow, 12:00 to 4:00, the air show, 75 today, 72 tomorrow.
that sea breeze will keep it very comfortable here monday. numbers could come back up a little bit. looking at about 85 today in the south bay for santa cruz, 86 in concord, 88 in santa rosa. notice the cooler day at the beach. overnight lows, yes, we're in the 40s. so it is going to be the middle of october pretty soon. and that's the way we do it around here. 53 in san mateo, 50 in santa cruz. download our accuweather app and you'll notice it's still going to be above average the next several days with upper 80s today, upper 60s to near 70 at the coast. a little change tomorrow, except for those gusty offshore winds, especially in the upper elevations. then by monday we're still warm with temperatures slowly coming down, like i said it's going to really take all week to feel different out there. it's been cool mornings and the very warm afternoons. >> yet was pretty toasty. a little bit better today. >> that's right. >> lisa, thank you. tesla has big plans to expand in fremont. the company is renovating two
office buildings on dunbarton circle that can accommodate more than a thousand workers. but the move will actually impact both fremont and newark. >> reporter: it's another bay area city undergoing a rapid transformation. >> i've seen a lot of buildings, a lot of construction, a lot of new homes. it gets me worried. >> reporter: and in fremont, martha martinez worries about her family being pushed out of their home. >> the rent is going to go up higher. a year ago we moved out because our rent increased $500 in a month. >> reporter: call it a sign of the times, perhaps the new normal, as companies such as tesla make plans to relocate or set up in the city. >> we're part of silicon. we're part of the region now. we're no longer the little city outside. >> reporter: not far from the dumbarton bridge, change is coming to this part of dumbarton circle. renovations have begun on these two buildings that will eventually house tesla as the company makes plans to build beyond its current factory in fremont and its headquarters in palo alto. according to our media partner,
the bay area newsgroup, the space can accommodate up to 1,000 workers based on alameda county's typical zoning and planning regulations. no word yet how long the construction will take, but many business owners in fremont as well as the neighboring town of newark say it's good for the local economy. it will be more and then there will be more restaurants opening up, more people coming in. so it's good for the city, good for people, good for community. >> reporter: residents trying to embrace the new while reflecting on the old. >> tesla officials declined to comment. there's no word yet on how long the construction will take. next, honoring sean penn. where the two-time oscar winner wi
welcome back, everyone. here are the winning numbers from last night's $30 million mega millions drawing. >> tuesday night's jackpot goes up to $36 million. happening today, two-time academy award winning actor sean penn will be honored at the mill valley film festival. penn has become an american film icon in a career spanning over three decades. he won an oscar for best actor in "mystic river" as well as
"milk." an earlier generation will remember him in "fast times at ridgemont high." he'll take part in a conversation in san rafael at 3:00 p.m. let's get a final weather check. >> good morning, everyone. we're looking at high fire danger over the weekend, particularly tomorrow when the national weather service has issued a red flag warning, 11:00 through 5:00 a.m. on tuesday. northeast winds, gusts up to 55 miles per hour in the higher elevations. 77 today, that's cooler in oakland. 88 in santa rosa, that's warm, as well as livermore 85, and san jose. we're warm today, slightly cooler tomorrow with breezy offshore winds. and then we're still warm on monday. it's really by wednesday/thursday when you'll feel the change. overnight lows have been very cool, in the 40s. a beautiful weekend. do be careful out there. it's typical for this time of year to have the warmth and the offshore winds.
got to watch it. >> at least we'll get the relief in the evening. >> right. >> thank you, lisa. and thanks to you for joining us on "abc 7 mornings" i'm chris nguyen alongside lisa argen. the news continues online. "good morning america" is next. we'll have another hour of news, weather, and sports coming up at 8:00 a.m., we'll see you then.
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